Frank Lampard has again reiterated that it is the League and not the Champions League that is the more important competition for him.
Lamps wants to win the Champions League like we all do but it is the League that he feels holds the key to consistent success as he explained to the Sunday Star
“The Champions League is definitely something I want to win at least once in my career but, for me, the league is where we need to get to the consistency levels we had a few years ago,”
“We were dominant for two years but Manchester United have been playing fantastically for three years.
There’s a feeling among the players that we want to go one step further and get consistency back in the league and then push on for the Champions League.
“It’s a lovely feeling to be the best team in your country – and I want to get that back.”
Lamps also went on to say that with the upcoming world cup this could be his biggest year ever
“Potentially, this could be the biggest year of my career,” he added.
“It is a big season at club level – as they all are now. And it’s a big season with the World Cup at the end of it – and that’s the biggest tournament out there. England are going pretty well and we’ve given ourselves a great chance.
“For me to be involved in that personally and be successful, I’d have to look back and say it was one of my best seasons. I certainly hope to be doing that.”
You just got to love Lamps attitude, always positive.